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Wallace Falls Trail

Gold Bar, WA

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Wallace Falls Trail is a 4.5 mile out and back trail located near Gold Bar, WA that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Granite Falls, WA

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Lime Kiln
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Mount Pilchuck Trail
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Excellent hike. Highly recommend on a clear day. With clear skies you can see all the Beauty of the mountains with the views extending all the way out to Seattle. Family friendly and fun for everyone.

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Heather Lake Trail
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Lake 22 (Twenty-two) Trail
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Favorite hike thus far. Scenery was incredible all the way up, and the hike was a good work out. I'll be going back once it's warmer.

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Lime Kiln
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I've done this trail twice and it was just as cool each time. The first trip, we got the timing perfect. The sun was out and we had an early start. The trail itself was easy, and had neat things to see along the way. At the end of the trail after working up a slight sweat we got to dip in the shallow water and bask in the sun. Beautiful, easy, and worth the trip.

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Greider Lakes Trail
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Great hike, lots of switchback... Too many to count! The mileage posted for this hike fails to mention the bonus 3 mile hike to get to the TH, easily making it an extra 5.5-6 miles RT. If you are a alpine angler, it's enjoyed there be golden trout in them waters.

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Lake 22 (Twenty-two) Trail
by Abigail Steinbach

23 Completed 23 Reviews

I was pleasantly surprised at how great the trail conditions were given the fact that I went in the middle of winter and there was easily 3-5 feet of snow at the top. A lot of people brought snow-shoes and other snow gear but a decent pair of waterproof shoes worked fine for me. Other people in my group wore sneakers, and although it was miserable for them at certain points, it was still certainly doable. The trails were lovely - lots of streams flow over the trail. There are some neat waterfalls. The boulder field looked beautiful covered in snow. The lake was nice (or what we could see through the snow and the clouds), but the snow was high on the loop around the it and if you walked off the trail even a few inches you could easily drop 5+ into holes in the snow. There were also some questionable avalanche-esque sounds coming from the far side of the lake; there was definitely snow moving, just don't know how much or where.

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Kelcema Lake Trail
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Old Robe Trail
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Wet day in the Northwest, but great hike. A couple sketchy parts climbing around slides and washouts. But worth it.

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Lime Kiln
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17 Completed 16 Reviews

Nice simple hike when you want a long stroll. Not flat but if your looking for a climb, this isn't the trail. still a good as its 7 to 8 miles round trip.